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Nobu's First Sushi Restaurant
Not many know that Matsuei was the first restaurant with the great Nobu of international sushi fame at the helm. Back when he had both a first and last name, he met a man while working in a sushi bar in Japan who offered to stake his solo business venture if he set up shop in Peru. And thanks to a large Japanese community in Lima, Matsuei was a success. On the menu you’ll find the original cream cheese, tempura, mango, and fusion rolls now loved the world over. But even purists will love the high quality local fish and seafood, especially the creamy sole and to-die-for scallops.
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Nobu's First Sushi Restaurant
Not many know that Matsuei was the first restaurant to open by the great sushi chef, Nobu Matsuhisa. Back when he had both a first and last name, he met a man while working in a sushi bar in Japan who offered to stake his solo business venture if he set up shop in Peru. Thanks to a large Japanese community in Lima, Matsuei was a success. On the menu, you’ll find the original cream cheese, tempura, mango, and fusion rolls now loved the world over. But even purists will enjoy the high-quality, local fish and seafood, especially the creamy sole and to-die-for scallops.
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